US policy in Central America under Trump appears to be shifting from bad to worse.
Lorena Peña and a generation of FMLN militants adjust to the promise and limits of state power.
Catholic activists like Maura Clarke, an American nun assassinated by a Salvadoran death squad in 1980, transformed missionary work into anti-imperialist solidarity.
As Trump's threats to immigrants grow, we should look back to the 1980s Central American sanctuary movement's victories.
Twenty-five years after laying down their arms, the FMLN continues its struggle.